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5 months

Bank of England Maintains Interest Rates at 5.25% Amid Knife-Edge Vote

The Bank of England has opted to keep interest rates at 5.25% following a closely contested vote, potentially indicating the peak of borrowing costs after almost two years of rate hikes.

6 months

Reality Check on US Manufacturing Jobs

I seem to run into comments on a semi-regular basis about how the policies of either President Biden or President Trump either are bringing back US manufacturing jobs or have already done so. Thus, a quick reality check seemed in order.

6 months

Learning Losses During the Pandemic: Reviewing the Evidence

Considerable evidence has been suggesting for some time now that children suffered learning loss from the K-12 during the pandemic.

6 months

The Remarkable Steadiness of US Economic Growth

It is remarkable but true that per capita US economic growth has hewed close to a trendline of 2% per year for the last 150 years.

6 months

Some Economics of Global Migration: WDR ’23

The World Development Report is one of the flagship annual reports for the World Bank: for 2023, the theme is “Migrants, Refugees, and Societies.”

6 months

As Survey Responses Drop, Where Can the Economic Data Come From?

Traditionally, the United States has relied on government surveys to gather essential data on employment, income, and other critical aspects of the economy.

6 months

Tragic Earthquake Strikes Morocco

Late Friday night, Morocco was struck by a rare and powerful earthquake.

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